December 2019 Release Notes

December 2019 Release Notes

December has been an incredibly busy month for us here at TRYTN. On the booking side we’ve been hard at work and have fully released a complete redesign of the platform. Expect the embedding experience to receive a similar treatment in Q1 of 2020.

On the platform and account sides of the house we’ve been squashing bugs and adding in some useful time savers like tax/fee reporting fields and the ability to re-send an invoice.

Account Updates

  • Ability to include individual taxes and fees in custom reports
  • Users can now re-send customer invoice emails
  • You can now add tags to payments made within the account system and report on the tags
  • Fixed an issue where December sales summary data was not displaying correctly
  • Additional sub description fields did not include a WYSIWYG editor
  • Added six new dashboard widgets for closed dates, abandoned carts, outstanding invoices, and account management
  • Fixed an issue that prevented new clients from utilizing staff management functionality
  • Fixed an issue with sorting of add-ons and questions not persisting the sort order
  • Prevent special characters in the business URL
  • Fixed an issue where some businesses were unable to re-open a date after it had been manually closed
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

Booking and Embedding Updates

  • Redesign of booking experience
  • Bug fixed to stop displaying description on product details page twice
  • Fixed an issue where businesses that consume service fee were still showing service fee to customer
  • Customers who used non-EN languages on the by date activity view were receiving results in English
  • Fixed a bug where customers were not able to select a start week on non-EN languages
  • Fixed an issue where invoices sent to customers with an attached affiliate was not crediting the affiliate for the booking
  • General performance and security enhancements

General Platform Updates

  • Resiliency and security enhancements
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